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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Crowley, Aleister

Crowley, Aleister. Songs of the Spirit. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London (1898). Only 350 copies printed.

Crowley, Aleister. The Soul of Osiris: A History. Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London (1901). Limited to 506 copies. 500 on machine-made paper, 6 on India paper.

Crowley, Aleister. Ahab and Other Poems. Chiswick Press, London (1903). With an Introduction and Epilogue by Count Vladimir Svareff. 150 copies printed in Caxton antique type on hand-made paper, 2 copies on vellum and 10 on Japanese vellum.

Crowley, Aleister. In Residence: The Don's Guide to Cambridge.. Elijah Johnson, Cambridge (1904). A collection of Crowley's early poetry, Includes twenty pages of advertisements for works by Crowley at the rear, as well as the detachable entry form for a competition which Crowley held for the best essay to be written on his own works.

Crowley, Aleister. The Collected Works. Foyers, The Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth (1905-07). Three volumes. Portrait in each volume.

Crowley, Aleister. Gargoyles: Being Strangely Wrought Images of Life and Death. Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, Boleskine, Foyers (1906). 300 copies on machine-made paper. 50 numbered copies on handmade paper. 2 copies on Roman vellum.

Crowley, Aleister. Konx Om Pax: Essays in Light. Walter Scott, London (1907). Frontispiece photogravure portrait of Crowley by Aimee Dupont. Only 500 numbered and signed copies.

Crowley, Aleister. Winged Beetle. Privately Printed, London (1910). Edition limited to 300 copies on machine-made paper and 50 copies on handmade paper.

Crowley, Aleister. The Whirlpool. Wieland and Co, London (1911). By Ethel Archer. A collection of poems addressed to Victor Neuburg and other intimates of Aleister Crowley. It includes an Introduction and Dedication by Crowley, and a poem by Victor Neuburg.

Crowley, Aleister. The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, January 13th, 1915. The International Monthly, New York (1915). Edited by George Sylvester Viereck. Contribution by Aleister Crowley.

Crowley, Aleister. The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, January 20th, 1915. The International Monthly, New York (1915). Edited by George Sylvester Viereck. Contribution by Aleister Crowley.

Crowley, Aleister. The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, December 29th, 1915. The International Monthly, New York (1915). Edited by George Sylvester Viereck. Contribution by Aleister Crowley.

Crowley, Aleister. A Prophet in his Own Country, Being the Letters of Stuart X.. Privately Published, Washinton, DC (1916). By Henry Clifford Stuart. Collected, edited, and arranged by Aleister Crowley, who also wrote a 16 page introduction. Limited to 500 copies signed and numbered by the author (Henry Clifford Stuart). Portrait.

Crowley, Aleister. Songs for Italy. No Publisher (1923). 16 page pamphlet.

Crowley, Aleister. The Diary of a Drug Fiend. E.P. Dutton, New York (1923). First American edition.

Crowley, Aleister. Moonchild: A Prologue. Mandrake Press, London (1929). 2500 copies printed. Pictorial Beresford Egan dust jacket.

Crowley, Aleister. The Stratagem and Other Stories. Mandrake Press, London (1929). First UK edition.

Crowley, Aleister. The Spirit of Solitude. An autobiography subsequently re-antichristened The Confessions of Aleister Crowley.. Mandrake Press, London (1929). Two volumes. Illustrated and with many diagrams in the text. Reproduction of a self-portrait sketch by Crowley and his phallic 'A' signature stamped in black on top board of each volume. Portrait frontispiece in each volume, plus numerous plates and diagrams, and a map.

Crowley, Aleister. The Banned Lecture on Gilles de Rais, to have been delivered before the Oxford University Poetry Society by Aleister Crowley on the evening of Monday February 3rd, 1930 for sale to Members of University of Oxford.. P. R. Stephensen, London (1930). Booklet copies of a cancelled lecture.

Crowley, Aleister. One Star In Sight Issued from the Sanctuary of the Gnosis in the Valley of Los Angeles by Authority of To Mega Therion.. The O.T.O., Los Angeles (1935).

Crowley, Aleister. The Fun of the Fair (Nijni Novgorod, 1913 e.v.).. The O.T.O., London (1942). Frontis portrait. Printed at the Chiswick Press on fine mold-made paper. This edition limited to 200 numbered copies.

Crowley, Aleister. Olla: An Anthology of Sixty Years of Song. The O.T.O., London (1946).

Crowley, Aleister. Liber Aleph Vel CXI. The Book of Wisdom or Folly in the Form of an Epistle of 666, the Great Wild Beast, to his Son 777. Being the Equinox Volume III, Number VI by the Master Therion (Aleister Crowley). West Point, Thelema (1962). Frontispiece portrait.

Crowley, Aleister. White Stains. Duckworth, London (1973). 1000 numbered copies. Edited, and with an Introduction, by John Symonds.

Crowley, Aleister. The Equinox Vol. III No. I (The Blue Equinox). Samuel Weiser, New York (1974). Includes a colour plate of May Morn, a painting by A.C. and a frontis of Crowley as The Master Therion.

Crowley, Aleister. Magical and Philosophical Commentaries on the Book of the Law.. 93 Publishing, Montreal (1974). Edited by John Symonds and Kenneth Grant. Colour printed endpapers, frontis photo of Crowley, color illustrations, index. Printed in red and black throughout.

Crowley, Aleister. The Commentaries of AL, being The Equinox Vol. V No.I. Routledge and Kegan Paul, London (1976). Edited by Marcelo Ramos Motta. Two colour plates.

Crowley, Aleister. The Equinox. Vol. V, No. 2 The Official Organ of the A. A. The Review of Scientific Illuminism. Thelema Publishing Company, Nashville (1979). Edited by Marcelo Ramos Motta. Edition Deluxe - Limited to 200 specially bound copies, signed and numbered by Marcelo Motta.

Crowley, Aleister. The Book of the Law Technically Called Liber AL vel Legis Sub Figura CCXX As Delivered by XCIII = 418 to DCLXVI.. Thelema Publishing, Kings Beach (1981). 200 leather-bound and numbered copies.

Crowley, Aleister. Only a Dog. Nicholas Culpeper, Cambridge (1987). Limited to 80 numbered copies. Each copy individualised with a different small edition Thoth Tarot Card by Frieda Harris pasted in.

Crowley, Aleister. The Commentaries of AL, Being the Equinox Volume V, No. 1.. Thelema Publishing, Canberra (1990). Collected and edited by Marcelo Motta, with his own comments appended. Australian reissue of the original 1975/1976 edition which contains a new editorial.

Crowley, Aleister. Red Flame, a Thelemic Research Journal. Issue No. 7: The Magickal Essence of Aleister Crowley.. Privately Printed, Berkeley (1999). With J. Edward, Jerry Cornelius, and Marlene Cornelius. 156 copies.

Crowley, Aleister. Red Flame, a Thelemic Research Journal. Issue No. 9 : Aleister Crowley in the Public's Eye.. Privately Printed, Berkeley (2001). With J. Edward, Jerry Cornelius, and Marlene Cornelius. 156 copies.

Crowley, Aleister. The Ninth Arch. Starfire Publishing, London (2002). Trade issue limited to 903 copies. . Colour frontispiece of an artwork in pastel by Austin Osman Spare. 26 black and white plates of work by Kenneth and Steffi Grant, Pete Smith, Hiruyuli Fukuda, Alfred Floki, Brian Ward, Ellerina Mortier, Mark Bell, Morn Morgan, Sidney Sime and Judith Page.